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. on the "newshour" this wednesday: the lead story: president obama and other world leaders address the u.n. general assembly. margaret warner is in new york. >> warner: the president said other countries should step up to the plate to help the world deal with issues like nuclear weapons, climate change and global poverty. >> lehrer: then, come the other news of the day, including a report on the orange cloud of dust enveloping parts of australia. a paul solman preview of the economic summit in pittsburgh beginning tomorrow. a gwen ifill debate on state secrets and re-authorizing the patriot act. and a jeffrey brown look at overdraft fees for debit cards. major funding for the newshour with jim lehrer is provided by: >> tiny little thing, it's just... not big. ah... okay, i found it. ( cheers and applause ) okay. >> we are intel, sponsors of tomorrow. >> 150 years of financial strength and the experience of an established investment firm have come together. wachovia securities is now wells fargo advisors. the financial advisors nearby and nationwide. with the advice and planning expertise to help yo
: next on "special report" president obama says it's time to the world to come together and stop pointing fingers at the u.s. iranian president ahmadinejad is expected to speak shortly. is president obama preparing a new strategy for afghanistan? and fireworks in the senate over the latest healthcare reform bill. all that plus the fox all-stars, special report from the united nations starts right now. welcome to the united nations headquarters in new york. i'm bret baier. president obama today told the u.n. general assembly here that america is seeking new engamement with the world, to find a global response to global challenges. senior white house correspondent major garrett reports on a speech that was heavy on criticism, including some of the united states. >> president obama's first speech to the united nations general assembly openly acknowledged past grievances against the bush white house >> but added the days of reflective anti-americannism in the world body must end. >> after all, it is easy to walk up to this podium and point fingers and stoke divisions. anybody can do that. res
to recruit your kids. ["the wall" playing] conservatives under what -- undercover at an obama rally. who is behind this? left-wing advertisements. president obama's green jobs czar unplugged. all of that plus karl rove, michelle malkin, ann coulter, and more. the president has been absent from the health-care debate, but in a few days, he will return. the white house announced that the president will spell out his version of a government-run health care takeover before a joint session of congress wednesday. we are now few months into the debate and now the president decides to lay out his views for you, the american people? this is a man grasping at straws. that is our headline on this wednesday night. an act of desperation. reports circulating about his upcoming speech indicates that a public option will not be one of the requirements that he will lay out for a nationalized health care plan. conservatives, can they take this as an indication of defeat? will they still be fighting an uphill battle? joining me now to discuss the state of affairs, karl rove. the architect is back. good to
is here and there and every where this week. the media has not missed a step. is it time for the obama thon to end? some outrage when an elementary school makes young students sing praises for the president. >> i am so upset my child is being used this way. >> mainstream media does it ignore the controversy. >> just when you think you had it all. >> i woke o up that night from blackout to find myself having sex with my own father. >> for politics daily conservative col columnist s. e. cup, jim pinkerton the american foundation and kirsten powers fox news analyst and new york post c colorado lum n -- column. "fox news watch" is on right now. >>> oo we should be going to afghanistan. that's where bin laden is. then it slips him back because we haven't stayed focused on him. we need to send some troupes there not in eye rabbling. >> that was candidate obama on the campaign trail in 2008. he was saying something completely different last sunday. >> until i am satisfied we have the right substitute i am going to not send someone over there beyond what we already have. >> "washington post" s
today but to draw a line in the sand. >> president obama alongside french president nicolas sarkozy and british prime minister gordon brown warned iran to come clean about its nuclear program, a covert facility concealed from inspectors for years, designed to hold 300 centrifuges, enough fob one bomb. the u.s., britain, china, russia and germany will hold face to face talks with iran next thursday, october 1. question, what sanctions can obama impose if iran still balks? >> they will go for economic sanctions at the end of december if iran doesn't negotiate. the key here is the enrichment facility obama and the americans claim is to enrich to weapons grade uranium, 90% uranium. they are saying we've known about this for years, they are saying suddenly they are enriching to weapons grade, that's what this plant is going to do. there are a lot of questions to be answered. one of them is how did the national intelligence estimates say iran end the its program in 2003 to build a bomb if they knew the plant was being built to enrich to weapons grade? a lot of things unanswered, john, but
% of the population, african-americans make up 64% of all h.i.v. aids cases. >> obama's yard stick for racial equality is not equality of opportunity, it is equality of results. he's measuring the lack of equality by the disparity in results. is this how equality or inequality should be measured? >> i think it's a good question, john. i would make a distinction. i don't think it's a very good measure of what formal legal opportunities exist in a country. because the legal obstacles to the black progress have all been eliminated as obama says in that speech. institutional racism is on decline in america and has been for a long time, but we do see real practical obstacles to black progress. if you're a black kid in america, there are real obstacles of getting ahead and those are family break down, disorderly urban environment and rotten schools. >> and there are some things that government can do about that and i think you're seeing that play out in the policies that this administration has undertaken. a huge commitment to public schools, for example, but i think the message that he is basically deliver
of the intensely demonstrated animosity toward president president obama barack obama is based on the fact that is he a black man. bill: more charges of racism this time by former president carter. is there a backlash? we will analyze. >> i'm doing this video because i'm trying to find his father. >> a woman searching for the father of had baby takes to the internet. you won't believe what's behind it this. >> i don't even remember your name. bill: caution, you are about to enter the no spin zone. the factor begins right now. [captioning made possible by fox news channel] captioned by the national captioning institute --www.ncicap.org-- bill: hi, i'm bill o'reilly. thank you for watching us tonight. voting to fund acorn. that is the subject of this evening's talking points memo. after seeing undercover video of acorn employees promoting prostitution, even underage prostitution, the senate voted 83-7, to stop giving acorn federal money. but, seven senators opposed that. leahyened senators of vermont. durbin sanders casey of pennsylvania. simply put, how could they do that? scores of acorn p
. tonight at the top of the hour, president obama's big foreign policy call, planning to build a missile defense shield to protect against iran, strapped, not everyone feels so safe, and many of our allies are angry. another outrageous hidden video and more action in washington today, to cut off funding to the activist group a.c.o.r.n. and first it was jimmy carter playing the race card, now house speaker nancy pelosi warning the president's critics that they could spill blood. i'll be talking about race and politics with the naacp's hillary shelton. >>> also allegations the white house is secretly trying to take your private information off the internet. join us for all of that, all the day's news and much more at the top of the hour, right here on cnn. >>> let's go to jack cafferty once again for "the cafferty file." >>> question this hour, are you as happy with your job as you were a year ago? getting deep into this recession now, cnnmoney.com has an article about employee morale. and an absolute sense of purpose for those still struggling, keep the faith. derek in new york says i'm v
,000 americans gather to protest something, you would think it was news. some media played down the huge anti-obama protests on the nation's capitol this weekend. brit hume and bernie goldberg will analyze. >> i think the public option is dead. it's probably been dead a long time ago. bill: as we predicted the so-called public option on health care is not gonna happen. karl rove with the latest on obama care. >> i'm really happy with you. i'm going to let you finish but beyonce had one of the best videos of all time. bill: embarrassing display at the mtv awards last night. taylor swift grossly insulted by kanye west. >> one of the best videos of all time. caution, you are about to enter the no spin zone. the factor begins right now. [captioning made possible by fox news channel] captioned by the national captioning institute --www.ncicap.org-- bill: hi, i'm bill o'reilly. thank you for watching us tonight. assessing the protesters that is the subject of this evening's talking points memo. in washington, d.c. on saturday, about 75,000 protesters gathered, loudly criticizing the policies of president
. >> obama listed some of the barriers. >> we know as the economic crisis continueses for all americans, african americans are out of work just about as much as anyone else. >> the percentage is 9%, for blacks, 15%. second, prisoners. >> an african american child is nearly 5 times as likely as a white child to see the inside of a prison. >> third, hiv/aids. >> we know as the hiv aids devastates countries abroad, particularly in africa, it's continuing here in the united statescan americans make up nearly 54% of all of the hiv/aids cases. >> but obama is looking not for equal opportunity, but results. is this how equality or inequality should be measured? >> goods question, john. i would make a distinction. i don't think it's a very good measure of what formal legal obstacles are in america. obama talked about the institutional racism that is on the decline in america as has been for a long time, but we see real practical obstacles. family break down, environments and rotten schools. >> yeah, and there are some things that government can do about that and i think you are seeing that play
this holiday programming. >> in your book, "culture o corruption" obama and his team of taxheats, crooks, and cronies fox news analyst michelle malkin asserts the era of hope and change died within six months of president obama taking offe because the people behind it are correct. she calls the first lady in fis president biden the largest beneciaries of corporate world nepotism and discusses the secrets the administration is hiding. she appeared on c-span's washington journal. this is half an hour. >> host: glad to have you here on c-span this morning. >> guest: thanks for having me. >> host: first of all you say obama's team, the best of washingtonnsiders is a dysfunctional endangers conglomerate of business as usual croes. barack omawns this cabet of tax cheats, crooks and cronies. it is his and his alone for a good judge hy the company he keeps. >>uest: yes, that is exactly right. i have to thank david brooks for helping inspire this book. the introduction to "culture of corruption" opens with a column he had written not long after the electionay and just sort of foretelling this cli
that president obama has been out in front about ever since his campaign. he has pledged to create a cybersurity bar position in the white house which is still empty, and i think that is a bit of a cause of anxiety f people saying, well, we need to get on this and start making some fixes in our systems which we know are awed and need more secure safeguards. and that's where when some of these bills come out, and there were a couple others from the homeland security committee also looking at ways to strengthen how the ancies look at their networks and the type of standards they have to live up to as well as the workers who are in charge of securing them, i think that's when, you know, everyone's looking for some movement towards making our internet networks safer and more immune to the attacks that we're all hearing so much about these days. >> host: we've only got about 2 minutes left. health care and the economy are sucking the oxygen out of the room in so many quarters here in washington d.c. [laughter] where do you see telecom policy in the next couple months? do you see something actually ha
is commander and chief obama not talking to his lead general in afghanistan? senator john mccain will address that question and the danger from iran. >> we tried to put amendments in that state that you are not a legal citizen you will not be entitled to any subsidies. we lost those amendments again. >> 22 democratic congress people are demanding government-sponsored health care for illegal aliens. even as support for obama care is collapsing. we will have details. >> you know what happens to fellow? want to guess? no, no. they lose their noses. >> director roman arrested in switzerland on child molestation beef 32 years after it happened. we will debate the case. >> next time lose the whole thing. feed it to my gold fish. bill: caution, you are about to enter not spin zone. the factor begins right now. [captioning made possible by fox news channel] captioned by the national captioning institute --www.ncicap.org-- bill: hi, i'm bill o'reilly, thanks for watching us tonight. iran and afghanistan, a test of leadership for president obama and that is the subject of this evening's talking points
'll put you in the situation room. up next "lou dobbs tonight." >>> thank you. president obama blowing up plans to build a missile defense shield aimed at protecting us from iran and abandoning some of our key allies in europe. does the administration know who our real enemies are? maybe the most disturbing acorn hidden video to date released today. talk of smuggling under age girls across the border for sex. this is as more lawmakers are voting to cut off all federal funding to the group. also tonight house speaker nancy pelosi says she is afraid there will be blood and warns president obama's critics that their words could lead to violence. also tonight, does the white house have a secret plan to take your personal information from websites such as facebook and twitter? >>> good evening everybody. betrayed. that's how a few world leaders feel after president obama decided to scrap plans to build a missile defense shield in eastern europe. the program started under the bush administration. arguably it would have helped guard against a missile attack from iran but one leader who is smilin
---www.ncicap.org--- bret: president obama bringing leaders of the middle east together but expectations remain low. i talked one on one with benjamin netanyahu about the threat of iran's nuclear program. president obama warns of an irreversible catastrophe if the world does not combat climate change, and senators up and down the political spectrum try to put their stamp on healthcare reform legislation. all that plus the fox all-stars live at the united nations starts right now. good evening. from the united nations he headquarters i'm bret baier. president obama is also in new york here today talking climate change, international relations an middle east peace. and at midday he met with palestinian authority president mahmoud abbas and israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu. a short time ago, netanyahu told me what he and president obama discussed concerning iran. >> what is the goal? he said the goal is to make sure that iran does not arm itself with nuclear weapons. i share that goal. the method of achieving it is important but the goal is more important. i think there is a growin
. >> extremists selling terror in pockets of the world. bill: president obama tried to persuade the you whirled about terrorists and global warming, even as things get worse in afghanistan. dick morris on big trouble for the president. and dennis miller at the cubs game. chaos does not even begin to describe it. miller will explain it all. >> sorry about that first pitch! bill: caution, you are about to enter the no spin zone. "the factor" begins right now. [captioning made possible by fox news channel] captioned by the national captioning institute --www.ncicap.org-- hi, i am bill o'reilly. thanks for watching us tonight. congressman barney frank and john conyers. expos in the organization acorn, that is the subject of tonight's talking points memos. there was an undercover sting during which some acorn officials were seen aiding and abetting prostitution and child prostitution. the resulting scandal resulted in congress de-funding them, and their image is now in tatters. they want to see if the undercover duo broke any federal laws, and they also want to find out exactly what acorn is guilty
, president obama is going to speak to a joint session of congress in an effort to save health care. is it too little, too late? >> we want to build on the movement that started during the campaign. laura: are some members of team obama exploiting 9/114 their benefit? >> our weather patterns are changing. that is further evidence of global warming. laura: is global warming to blame for the california wildfires? we will debate it. caution, you are about to enter "no spin zone." the factor begins right now. thank you for watching. next tuesday, president obama is doing something that no other president has done, he will be speaking directly to american school children in classrooms across the u.s. to help kick off the school year. that is the subject of "talking points." the topic of the speech seems innocuous enough but it does not stop with the life video presentation. they have distributed materials. students are asked to answer the following -- what specific job is the president asking me to do? is he asking anything else as anyone else? teachers, principals, parents, the american people? th
obama on the hot seat, facing a decision that either way is sure to outrage a significant portion of americans. national security correspondent jennifer griffin has the story. >> well, bret, we've received the 66-page declassified report that the "washington post" had leaked to them last night. essentially what it says is general mccrystal is warning that this could be a mission failure if it is not resourced properly. i'll he quote from t "inadequate resources will result in failure." and "a perception of our resolve that is uncertain makes afghanis reluctant to align with us against the insurgents. " we heard from the chairman of the joint chiefs saying at his reconfirmation saying that more troops would be needed, and it was clear that he thought that the strategies for afghanistans needed to be reviewed again. remember back on march 27, he actually announced his new strategy and said it would include counterinsurgency and that general mccrystal was being sent out there essentially to come up with a way to pursue counterinsurgency. now president obama is saying not so fast. don
for the obama-thon to end? some outrage when an elementary school make young students sing praises for the president. >> i'm so upset that my child is being use this had way. >> did the mainstream media ignore the controversy? and just when you thought you've heard it all. >> i woke up that night from a blackout to find myself having sex with my own father. >> on the panel this week, patricia murphy, a columnist for politics daily. jim pinkerton fellow at the new american foundation and keir sten powers, analyst and new york post columnist, i'm jon scott. fox news watch is on right now >> i said we should be going into afghanistan. but that's where bin laden is, that's the central front on terrorism and slipping back because we haven't stayed focused on it. we need some troops there not in iraq. >> that was candidate obama on the campaign trail in 2008, but he was saying something completely different last sunday. >> until i'm satisfied that we've got the right strategy, i'm not going to be sending some young man or woman over there beyond what we already have. >> here is what "the
, barack obama abandons plans for a missile defense system in eastern europe meant to repel iran. why has it done it and what does it mean for american defense and diplomacy? six italian soldiers and 10 civilians dead and a suicide pact koppel. militants allegedly behind many attacks killed in a police raid. also, turn the page in the marketing -- but will losing adverts takeoff. actor michael caine on the warpath in the streets of south london in his latest role as a vigilante pensioner. it is midday in london, 3:00 p.m. in moscow and 7:00 a.m. in washington where barack obama will abandon plans to install a missile defense system in poland and the czech republic to repel potential attacks from iran. according to "the wall street journal " " the decision was made at the assessment of iran dr. law arrangement -- missile program was not as feared. moscow opposed it. could this harold a new chapter? first, this report. >> an iranian missile test -- fears about iran's potential for developing long-range missiles and capping them with nuclear warheads lay behind the bush administration's plan
'll be counting down the top 10 most controversial figures inside the obama administration right now. this is an important report every american needs to hear. first, the past few months have not been kind to the democrats. the poll numbers shall plummeting. apparently desperate times call for desperate measures. that is our headline tonight. fear tack tings -- tactics. members of the democratic party have been out in full force this week and sent a very clear message to the american people -- oppose president obama's policies alt your own risk. first former president jimmy carter said many of those opposing policies of the obama administration are racist president >> i think an overwhelming portion of the intensely demonstrated animosity against president obama is based on the fact that he is a black man. sean: the former president wasn't done there. the very next day -- >> people that are guilty of that kind of personal attack against obama have been influenced to a major degree by a belief that he should not be president because he happens to be african-american. sean: following p
worse for the country than barack obama. bill: glenn beck igniting more controversy with that john mccain comment. beck will be here. >> the constitution is not legal in -- prostitution is not legal in this area. bill: acorn strikes back. filing suit against the two private citizens whose undercover work exposed the organization and the internet guy to put the tapes out there. >> your business is a performing art. you're not lying. bill: caution, you are about to enter the no spin zone. the factor begins right now. [captioning made possible by fox news channel] captioned by the national captioning institute --www.ncicap.org-- bill: hi, i'm bill o'reilly. thanks for watching us tonight. president obama nukes and afghanistan. that's is the talking points memo. today the president led the u.n. security council to pass a resolution more nations to violate the nuclear ban. it doesn't mean much when iran and north korea doesn't care what the u.n. does. gets a boost the fundamental problem remains. iran may be months away from having nuclear weapon. israel is not going to let that having.
george w. bush as a straight talker and friend. i asked him how he felt about president obama's outeach to the muslim world? >> the muslim world was very upbeat about his election. having said that, he must now deliver. he has been saying a lot, but he must deliver. >> musharraf finished that thought saying muslims expect to see the united states play an impartial role to deliver justice to the muslim world. in london, amy kellogg, fox news. bret: an advisor to candidate obama says it's time his own boss stopped the talking, and democrats say criticism of the president's speech to the nation's students is unfounded, but what exactly was said about a similar speech 18 years ago?o@5 bret: and now some fresh pickings from the political grapevine. president obama's speech to schoolchildren today has received a lot of attention. as we have reported, president george h.w. bush delivered a similar speech to students back in 1991, but the washington examiner reports the complaints leading up to mr. obama's speech were relatively muted compared to the outrage 18 years ago. back then some democr
at the senior citizen center, the only topic of conversation here is the defects in obama's health care plan. he has no talk going about the opposite. and on the one hand, the elderly are saying you are going to cut my medicare and on the other hand the young people are saying you are going to make me pay 7% or 8% of my income for a policy i don't need. bill: i think this acorn thing and this is pretty unfair. wait. this acorn thing is branding president obama when obama doesn't really have anything to do with acorn. you are right, the obama campaign used acorn, but you would, too, morris, if you were working for obama, you would have had those guys on your side, too. >> yes, bill, paying somebody $800,000 to speak. bill: the campaign paid acorn to work for them. you would tell me if you were working for a national candidate and had you a national organization like acorn on your side, in the tank, going for you, you wouldn't hire them? >> for money of my campaign money and be accountable for what they did? i would tell them to go as far as away from me as i could get. bill: i'm surprised. >> bec
to factor in. president obama delivers his speech to the nation's schoolchildren. we will tell you who tuned in and who tuned out, and an inclusive interview with pakistan's former president and wait until you hear what he says about bin laden. all that plus brit hume's analysis and the all-star panel, right here, right now. welcome to washington. i'm bret baier. in his ongoing efforts to take command of the healthcare debate by outlining more specifically what he wants, the president met today with his party's congressional leaders, but after all of this , are democrats now on the same page? major garrett has the story. >> from capitol hill where lawmakers returned from an august of discontent to a classroom of high schoolers, it seemed everyone wanted to know the fate of healthcare reform. >> why can't the united states have universal healthcare coverage? >> that's the question i have been asking congress. >> the president said his speech to a joint session would be specific and advisors say it will be bold. democrats say the stakes couldn't be higher. >> the speech will be essential to wh
. >> the big picture is, barack obama continues to surround himself with not just -- we're not talking democrats here. we are talking about radicals. bill: do you think obama even knew the guy who worked in the white house? >> absolutely i do. bill: how did you come to that? >> his -- i'm trying to remember her title. bill: valerie jarrett? >> she is a big cheese. she loves him. michelle obama loved him. bill: loved who? >> van jones. bill: how do you know? >> i read it in the paper. bill: what paper? >> i believe. bill: you believe what you read in the paper? you are telling me michelle obama loves van jones? >> michelle obama, it was quoted yesterday that michelle obama. it is from -- it may have been the huffington post, i'm not sure. but it was a lefty blog that said michelle obama was instrumental in getting him. and jarrett absolutely was. bill: jarrett was. we don't know about michelle obama. >> they vacationed together. bill: so your hypothesis, big word but i feel can you handle it. >> i can't spell it. bill: he is -- the president is a closet marxist? how far are you taking t
country could be beneath its shadow. with government debt rising even faster, what can president obama do? and even if he wins on health care, will he have the political help to get another job stimulus? the candidate barack obama talked of limiting any new tax burden to the better off. but can he really stanch the bleeding of deficits and debt and still keep his promise not to add taxes to the struggling class? finally,he gift of fear. will the specter of losing their seats in next year's elections for congress keep democrats from sticking their necks out for obama? but could it also give his party the fighting edge to play it smart? i'm chris matthews. welcome to the show. trh regan covers wall street for cnbc and nbc news. richard stengel is the editor of "time" magazine. kathleen parker is a "washington post" columnist. and andrew ross sorkin covers wall street. for "the new york times." first up, right now, maybe all about getting health care passed but what happens next? number one, unemployment will stay very high for quite a while. number two, that means there may be a move for a
. hard to say how many hispanics. but very few african-americans. if it continues the obama presidency is going to come down to race, even though the president doesn't want it to. that's the direction this is all heading. >> yeah. let me take this from a media point of view. more and more, as criticism increases against president obama's policies. more and more rear going to hear people who are chris particulars called racist. you know what? i'm sick of it and a lot of people watching us right now are sick of it. in a country of 320 million, are there some there some racists? yes. but a lot of liberals. an awful lot of liberals who supposedly don't want to see race in anything, they love the fact that barack obama is a black man because, in addition to the historical significance, because any time you criticize his policies, you run the risk of being called by them a racist. here is the bulletin. barack obama is not the black president of the united states. we don't have such a title in this country. he is the president of the united states. and he can be praised as the president. and
for the world to move in a new direction. president >> obama goes to the u.n. -- >> president obama goes to the u.n. general assembly. >> i am not delaying, i am making an extremely important point. >> it is an important point, but you are also delaying. >> i am pleased to appoint paul kirk as the interim united states senator from massachusetts. captioned by the national captioning institute --www.ncicap.org-- >> welcome to "insider washington." i'm mark shields, sitting in for bordon peterson, who will be back next week. "the washington post" scored a scoop of the week with bob woodward's story that general stanley mcchrystal thinks that the united states needs more troops in afghanistan to keep the mission from failing. >> if the president does not come to a decision soon, what will happen is we will miss the window of getting more troops into the theater as the spring t hawo occurs when, more troops will be necessary. >> the leak of the report is seen as response to the president's perceived reluctance to send more troops to afghanistan. will this pressure the president to send more
, on "inside washington," president obama says the improving economy is no excuse for wall street to return to business as usual. >> republicans snub the baucus health care plan. democrats, too. >> it does not pass the smell test. >> those to say we're scud missile defense in europe are either misinformed or misrepresenting the reality of what we're doing. >> our missile defense changes, is it an improvement in security or a gift to the russians? former president jimmy carter has a theory about some of president obama credit." . >> i believe he should not be president because he happens to be african-american. ♪ captioned by the national captioning institute --www.ncicap.org-- ♪ >> welcome to "inside washington co yes? -- i am margaret carlson. gordon peterson is on vacation. the federal reserve chief says the recession is probably over. a year after the failure of lehman brothers, president obama traveled to wall street to talk about preventing a repeat of the economic meltdown. >> the only way to avoid a crisis of this magnitude is to ensure that large firms cannot take risks that thr
-- >> they found out we knew about it. >> maybe obama tipped them off. >> they fess up and -- >> with a purpose. >> underscores the obvious, it strengthens obama's hand it would seem, allows people like rich and pat to say that the resolution the other day at the u.n. was toothless. look, i was going to come to his defense until you started this. >> this is part of a needed multi-facetted approach. we have the resolution. now we can have sanctions. at the heart in the near term, this meeting in geneva aside, this real rally shows the key problem. this is a specific grotesque act of noncompliance. what are you going to do? one thing that might be on the table, for all the oil they ship out they still bring back, they import a lot of refined petroleum products. if you want to get tough economically and hurt them, really get -- when it comes to that -- >> is that freaky shirt of yours your answer to the nuclear bomb? >> no this is from the tony blankly memorial collection. thank you very much. >> tony, we love you. on obama's u.n. ratcheting up the pressure on iran, give him a grade on this. >> th
'donnell, in for keith olbermann. president obama has spoken frequently about there being agreement in congress about 80% of what needs to be done to achieve health care reform. what the president does not say, that only one thing would need to go against them before many supporters would withdraw their support. our fifth story on the "countdown," just one of many things to keep an eye on as the senate finance committee considers the 564 amendments to its health care reform bill. that process began this morning on what is the only bill essentially that president obama has endorsed. forget the grand rhetorical flourishes of the town hall meetings that dominated the debate in august. at this stage of the legislative process, the republicans will attempt to kill the bill, not with hysterical shouting about death panels, but with calm, relentless repetition of the ugliest three-letter word in american politics, uh-huh, t-a-x. >> the bill states the consequences for not maintaining an insurance would be an excise tax, and it makes it clear the excise tax would be assessed through the tax code and applied as
. i have a plan for how president obama can have a positive impact on this situation. first, here's what the most hateful man in america, the drugster rush limbaugh said about it. >> obama's america is it not? obama's america, white kids getting beat up on school buses now. i mean, you put your kids on a school bus you expect safety, but in obama's america, the white kids now get beat up when the black kids cheering, yeah right on, right on. filming. the white kid deserved it, he's born a racist, he's white. >> that's beyond psycho talk. kids have been gets beat up on school buses for a long, long tile. in this case the police concluded it was a bullying issue, not race related. but it could have been. i think rush limbaugh wants a race war. even though president obama clearly has nothing to do with this incident, i do think that he can do something really positive about it. here's the play, mr. president. bring these kids to the white house. counterpunch your critics by using it as a teacher moment when you've got everybody paying attention to it. get in the mix. you did it durin
animosity toward president barack obama is based on the fact that he is a black man. >> but republicans said today carter is over the top and that the anger directed at president obama is fueled not by race but by financial concerns. >> among whites, blacks, browns, it doesn't matter. we are afraid of the future and angry with washington and wall street. >>> after months of bipartisan negotiations democratic senator max baucus unveils his health care reform proposal. >> this is a good bill. this is a balanced bill. it can pass the senate. >> baucus does not have the support of a single republican and some democrats are now abandoning him for dropping the public option. >>> at yale university, new developments in the murder case of annie le. officials say she was asphyxiated and the lab technician raymond clark questioned as a person of interest. >> we have a lot of evidence from the crime scene. >> a live report is coming up. >>> plus officials at yankee stadium would like to host a championship boxing match. last night we got a preview. >>> good afternoon, i'm tamyrn hall live in new york.
in the health care debate. accusing president obama's opponents of being anti-black. we'll have both sides. >> top ten ways to irritate dick cheney. number six accidentally throw out the tub of crisco he was saving for lunch. number two, at dinner ask who has got a good hunting accident story and. laura: dick cheney continues to rile the far left because of his very public criticism of the obama administration. so who is winning in the court of public opinion? >> this really isn't about me. it's about challenging others to stand up for what you believe in. laura: and our is it legal team weighs in on carrie prejean suing the miss california organization for religious discrimination. plus, the latest on the jaycee dugard investigation. caution, you are about to enter the no spin zone. the factor begins right now. [captioning made possible by fox news channel] captioned by the national captioning institute --www.ncicap.org-- laura: hi, everyone. i'm laura ingraham reporting tonight for bill o'reilly. thanks for watching us. democrats are scratching their heads. why did the president's number
carolina republican joe wilson for his "you lie!" outburst during president obama's address last week. the vote was 240-179. chief washington correspondent jim an is here with the late-breaking details and the politics behind it. good evening, jim. >> hello, bret. when congressman joe wilson refused to apologize again, house democrats declared his conduct was a breach of decorum that discredited the house. steny hoyer said the issue is clear. >> and that issue is whether we are able to proceed with a degree of civility and decorum that our rules and democracy contemplate and require. >> the house ought not to stand silent on this, he said. nevertheless, the day after the accident, speaker nancy pelosi acknowledged wilson's apology ansaid it was time to talk about healthcare and not mr. wilson. democrats decided they wanted more mileage out of the incident. representative wilson himself took the floor today, but not to apologize. >> there are far more important issues facing this nation than what we're addressing right now. the president said the time for games is over. i i agree with
a new era of engagement with the world. >> president obama's united nations debut. he reaches out to the world, but he's wavering on afghanistan and the medicare board, regulators on an insurer who dares to criticize his health care plan. the journal editorial report starts right now. >> that we have a clear and focused goal to disrupt, dismantle and defeat al-qaeda and pakistan and afghanistan. to achieve our goals, we need a stronger, smarter, and comprehensive strategy, to focus on the greatest threat to our people, america must no longer deny resources to afghanistan because of the war in iraq. >> welcome to the journal editorial report. that was president barack obama back in march, unveiling a new strategy for the war in afghanistan, what a difference six months makes. the administration now appears to be having second thoughts just as his top commander there says he needs more troops to avoid defeat. joining the panel this week, wall street journal columnist and deputy editor. columbiaist anastasia and bret stevens and features editor rob pollock. you predicted that the pre
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